For many years, the Swedish, female talent (whose works are on display at the Guggenheim in New York at this very moment) was unknown to most of the art world. It wasn’t until the 1980s, almost 40 years after her death, that she became internationally known. Hilma af Klint, it turns out, was among the first of the abstract artists, predating many of the men who we believed to have sparked the movement (yes, that even includes you, Kandinsky). She received training […]
Well friends, it’s Monday again. The skies are grey and my spirit is blue. Drawing is usually a good way to alleviate my tension. Here are a few abstract sneaker illustrations I doodled with Prismacolors. It’s cool to see my favorite shoes made up of nothing more than triangles. Anyways, triangles are huge right now. Isn’t it funny that a shape can be trending? All the different styles and sizes… Right, Isosceles, Equilateral, Scalene, Obtuse, etc… Oh well. Whatever […]
I love that sweet spot of abstracting something just enough so that you can still tell what the object is but yet envision it as other objects. Hm. That might not have made sense all typed out like that. It sounded right in my head. Tell me what you think about this photo. To me the shoelaces resemble vertebrate in a backbone.
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